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Simulation and modeling

Computational Fluid Dynamics (CFD) is an effective tool when standard correlations or design methods are inadequate, or when operating conditions are beyond those for which experimental data exist. Using CFD methods allows these interactions to be considered in addition to the engineering details.

Mott MacDonald's CFD group develops and applies 3D simulation models to predict flow behavior. By understanding the underlying dynamics of flow situations, Mott MacDonald develops better designs, studies the influence of design options, and assesses the risk and cost-benefit of particular systems or actions with fewer uncertainties or assumptions.

We remain involved in the most advanced applications of CFD for engineering analysis, validation, and visualization through computer animation and virtual reality. The powerful visualization techniques we have developed are used in conjunction with more traditional methods to gain deeper physical insights.

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